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V*  hx&','^t$&fz$yy ,'"^' ���������"������������������*'?���������  #.f '|f  i|������  Vel.i3;  Birkerville, Wmia^?������3^������k;/ BiG/^sMrdayr Sept..'14,": iS72.  2Q  piss  ���������  ME JMLIBO0 SENTIML  .���������   f -J PublisKetfe^ery Saturday by i *'  * R 0 BJB R T IS 6 L LO W A Z,  r��������� Subscription*. ;��������� ^' 60 Cents per Week* ���������*  .���������.;.'; f i:% ^ RAXES OF ADVERTISING.^ $&���������-.;  , for ouov square (one I ach)^st I userr 16% 'H  j  :> i'A i"-!'''.*'& VtH^fo ������������������ -one month, &-*i-  For t wosquar 68,'fl rs ti nsertion ^ ��������� ���������  ���������  -  -  *      ���������''"*'���������'"������������������; ouemohth^ ��������� ���������  ���������   -  - >  $3/  p Agents for the' ^Cariboo Sentinel.  u  Quesnelrn*outliV :"������������������'  Soda Creek;' '-^  -'Clinton'j '"i-.'->;,s-';'-/-v  Yale, ������������������'���������. ,- ; ;--���������'.- -  New* Westminster/  Victoria, :, - '"������".'''"'���������'  1 'J'T. Fisher, .*'������'��������� ���������<���������  "Boats &:Co,, " , ^ ������  <J Street,, /W;:,t  t   -;    13arna>d������s Express  :. -." -;   ,������������������' Barnard' a Express  '. ;������������������; * Barnard's: Express  ' '���������/       do   '.   "     do;    :  'jhy-.. =?.'jonh' Murray t  ''-V-    -T   /Mr'Webster.-  ���������- k **y' ' 8an Francisco  !.-.*.-i ���������'!>��������� J San Francisco  SOComhili? London,' B.O.*  M������?(JARIB06;:SENTINEL  Uu'da, GirciilftrsjPosters anf Programmes for  jSS^Exec n te (1wi ttfneatness anr3 digpatcb.^p^;  i   ;/ ;, ?" : :������������������ Terms mMerate.\4 - s 'r - ,:��������� >.,-'  MEETING -AT, yANWINKLE.  ,-.'���������.���������^;-u   . ���������.������..,-' ;"������������������'..,.. ������'-';';���������-��������� .':���������;!���������..  ���������, ."���������\JV ���������������������������'���������'. ���������'��������� ��������� ,      '������������������-   '-'"���������'"!, jf'iV- .<���������" . '7"'.i*r. -'" .'';.-''.."''    ?";',  '."'^ ..{"'1',, '��������� ,i,.,l" ,!'���������>"������������������".. ^     "..' t>,. ���������v - "    ,f'  J' ^'-: -,J^'-"'      .t'1.'   ������������������'....  A mooting, caUedl-by Mr Walkem, was bold  nt, Lindhnrd's saldon.Vahwlnl������le;on'Satnr-  <!:ty eveniiip: lasti Mr Adam 'Preniic.e?occu-  |ii^(lrtb:e.cl)'dirf aruiilr ^illiani Charltbaacted  as Secretary. '     i   ���������  ;TbeI chairman arjnounped that the -^object of  t he inee 1 mg-was to gtye' Jlr *Wa 1 k6ra,. ooe of  - o tir;represen tatives in,: tbe lopal LegiBlatit ro,  aa opportunity of giving aaaccomit.of last  . session-H proceedings. < ;  .  .'i,/Mr"^alkem then addressed the meeting at  considerable length, enurnerating the several  h i I Is which had b eea p aased -d n ri ng th e ses-  ston, and gaye^a full description of the route  the Canadianp*aclfic'<Bai)road:|wonld most  likel y Vake,P comparing the"'���������' differen fc grades  with those of the American Pacific railroad,  ��������� fl^4^iRP.lp'MQ2iiP.?*' in������?;Wcy .^bjeijeflts. which  British Oolumbia wbujia deriye frpm;the/opn-  etriictiou of the railroad. ���������  On. .the concltislba ..of Mr :Walkem*8 speech  the fd U owing reaoin tion was put to "tbameet-  iag and carried unanimously:'     '      : ���������  " "^Thftt-this meeting takes the present op-  portotnity of expressin^.. ifc^ high ad m tration  of tho < course' -pursued:--by Mr''-Walkem since  his election as one of our representatives in  .the Provincial Parliament, and thatthe thanks  -of this meeting i>e and.are. hereby conveyed  to him. for his great exertions in onr behalf,  and for the prompt passage of those measures  which have bad so beneficial au influence in  this section.?^ v: Vr ..;���������;:. ���������-  After a vote of {banks to the chairman an*1  eecretaryjthe ������������������meetibg adjourned. 1;  tinned in this trade until 1850, when, be be4  came interested In the BVase^-jr^r steamers  " MoodyV and^ bouglaSi,r of whicli he super?  intended th'e construction, i In 1861 he made  the :������������������ first successful y trip *��������� to' Tale,'(in" the]  u Moody.,? Iu*$$&& he'^isposed of nisinteri  eatsi ja ?!:the .1 XMcSidyP.ti and^^'^pvigW^ at|^  Kuilt tbe "Eeliahcej^s^Veilanisotavors  ably kuevvtf on fljisjriver? ?InvlSfefe Wfeuilt  the " Ou ward," tie; fine'ateamer; fio w s plying  between this;tny;anld::Yate^ ��������� 'Capt* Irying'^fis  a native? of. Annan, Dumfrfesjiire, Scotland^  and aboufc'56 years of age*l Me, are happjljto!  state that he leaves, bis;family, his;wi^owl. f|fe  daughters, and ins son (w,ho^succeeds bimjinj  the '"Onward^') ;well^ provided for. The-  funeral service; impress!vely'ren'det'eil by tbe1  Rev, Mr JamiesonV was performed attheJatft  resfaence^ of Capt. ^Irvingiyesj^erday;.aid: tlie!  rem ains- were interred .in the: Masonic cemetry*  The attendance^ ;at4tlieiuneral'w^>upj>rece|  dently 1 arge, every one being anxious to showi  resjiect forone'BO long known and so jMghly  esteemed. p;ipSimp^ia^ea^^  Capt.IrvingkQew^nj^.guile^ His only pur?  pose in Jife.^see������ned to {b%to^ aidj in ^the pros4  peirity and w^ufare of those around ��������� himV, Hia  p^Tsji ^rf ajlways dt  in^needv and many;of those who ttowsproudly  hold their heads up-in this community owe  the! r present success to the generous aid of  the deceased^gentlemari.:1lis generosityiwas  nnrestrictedft*hyJ class, faith or ( nationalityj  He kne wno dlstinctionsrjri bis bounty. I He  was %gentlemaii4u^hf|rue?sense;o^ tbeterm:  liisy^ord^ in tbe "inostx-minute SKcur^ancej  was?as good islhis4>6nd? ^Hisfhigh Aenie of  honor made him^f^^''0^0^io^ihe.^d^Qh������  ing, but that never - altered bis fixed: principles, and no man can say be ever allowed  a wrong to 'sway him frpmB the path of recE-  tude. ; With; supb a.nature::-need<'iwe. r say; ^that  he had a most aflfection ate heart.   Devotedly  attached to his wife and, familyj be knew no  sacrifice of self too great to make for their  happiness^ anoV; we; {cannot Jae surprised; that  their bereavement has left a void' that can  never be filied with any earthly; objects  [Mainland���������Guardian^;August 3L;:  );.':;?.;  rNeffi^niEETJSEMBNTS  ��������� MISCELLANEOUS/  m&y;  W::bm^J^^^^ MAILS,    ' ���������  ;  fatt;Vdlke%Tirga.:&-.0b.;  yjyi)  1 f: ������������������������������������' '\P.fi  ^m^Mfi,'. oTrxps  ���������������������������'-.:. ',"' ������������������.'���������������������������. ;:,c ,r.:v';vr������l..'-.H".!'-1"i:r,-V..'.L' ,���������::������������������ ,-'.r ������������������.-. '���������*���������' '-.".,.     ��������� ;���������:  li&X  :W.  '4k  pfcilts E:s:s  nn  DMer^temp pcaf^'^rran getne at ?fqr'::J3dnyey-;  -vi y ft::. % v ^aace'of'������tbe> Mailfi '-from ���������: ���������.    ' '���������/=- -  gaplie Greek Jp;.OKa4agaa.  The 'uadefsign^d lias placed-a lir^ p:0^ei^  -   "���������'      - ������������������ ' -ger'Stagekon the";- -    . '������������������' -v  Rpnning iu^ close connection with the Stages  from^Yaleto^arkerville; , ,  ,'.,,<,'  :.t:T^soln3'Visitibg:,the;'0^  Gnditbisby far the nadstxonvenient mdde-iof  travel.;;',: '���������  ;.; % '/; &; ;f'; ;\  ^^���������^rStagesieaVe Cache,Ct&Ay on JVgdnes-  day rnbrningsat,10 o/plockj fandlwill' return  th������ftilowibgweek iaT^fe  the Stages goijng^Norfeh andjSou^'l.V'"-/';'.:  /TlEfiit; IXPEEES liW|  ^ilVbe transacted over thej route-gFreighti  carried^'' Parcels delivered. ^CommissioiiB  executed^  Colieotions.made. ��������� - , : ��������� - ;������������������'.'���������'���������.  .. au242m F. J.' BARNARD,& CO.  Bmmk^  ���������is������-  V>1'  A SUPPLY QF^HB*  BEST QDIIJn OF M^^li;  3'<y?i  Aliw^SOKHAmi  3iiSMB^  ���������  ^      :-'.,JJ^iS  ' S -J  ������  PIS  ;\fVJ  -:������?i  ���������' LIST; OF LETTERS;  RemaiQing in the Barkerville Post Qfficie oh  1st September. 1872. . Parties^calling'- for  letters ia the fol lowing ��������� 1 ist, will please ask  for Advertised Letters: . >   (;      ;  Anderson, Anders (2) Langdpril W* ;.:.:-.-,:  Angles, lijphv;. y Lewis, Gharles r  Bdmteri^^  Deatr^op Capt;'iayiKO.-*This 'sad event  ^occurre^ on Wednesday .morning, August  ��������� -28th, and' althoughi Capt. Irving had beea very  ��������� ill for some daysT the disease appeared to be  giving way before tlievinedicat treatment and  the-tubst-hopeful anticipations were indulged  in. v0ap t-., Irving ar ri ved* in Oregon, ^commander and; part owner of the bark *jSuc-  . cessy'5 in tae year. 1849.. With thisTesBel he  . engaged ia the Oregon and California lumber  trade, which be pursued for a number of  years;   Dunngjjhis'periqd  valuable land which isj now /known as East  JPpttland.- He iubs|guently purchased m  ��������� iroAetM^e^ tfie'^^."lEaglej^v^the^ first steameri  iihat ever plied ia Oropji water!;* He con*  Barlow,;TO. r"'^;  Brodie, John   _     .  Barker, William   -  Clarke, John G .���������  Coby, Frances (2) *  Coeman, P  Cnmmings, Allan  ChklelL George  Darrocb, Donald  Dosher, Henry  ppderoyC    r  Odwling,Rchd  .Evaris,.H;W ; .   . ,  Eorbes,F:W   i   .^  Fletcher &. Bucaoan  Hinds, Thomas  Holroyd, Jas  Hicks,, Wm ;j  Hare. Oliver  Harris, Wru  Humphries; John'-..  Johns, A  Jeffry& Mills ���������      -  Jenkins, Wm H, (4)  Johansson} S  Jones, Daniel !  Kirwiri, Pj(3).    '   :���������  Knight, Henry  Leslie, John  . .   -  Lambert, D  0 .-4 nf ...-^  : ::':���������;  . McThtbsK A j"./ ,  McDonald, Alex &.  McBride; Jos     ;   .;  :- Miirphy- John���������'���������: A  'McArthur.'Dl' :;'  McLeocl. Thomas    ������  .^Mead/W v'::'"'-'���������'"?:-  ���������Ma'rcent, Louis    :  Mofffttt, John  McDonald, John   *.  McKeg, McDonald  O'Hare; Patrick i!  '; Phair, Henry ,���������=���������>... ^ ,  Preusischev Rage .���������'������;������������������  Peliow, WiHiatri  Pritchard, Robt  Kenton, John S(     !  Ro we, Samuel       ;.  Sanderson, John    :  St Laurent, Jos;.  ScoltiJohnW :,-_,;;:  Sanders, John  Smith; Robt Hv;  ��������� Sullivan, J D   --���������  Schubert, H  fiteel,&  Thomas. Beirjamia (  ./Wilson, James"  Walrasley, Chaa *   v  Ward^JB;  JOHK BOWRO^ Ai  Postmaster,  tmiEREAS, A PETITION: FOB APJUDI-  f T V;cation of. Bankruptcy, ? bearing Mte ��������� the 10th  day'of :June/ 1872^?'luitlv oeeri'^uly *ille(l" against  .1 Q31$1?II ROSTER HIXON,- 'of��������� the!One: Hundrett'jiud  ���������.Fitt^ Miio:.House, Liltooet-AlexanariaWagoaiRoa^i,  in tlie Prpyirice of, British,"Col umbia, /rrader,; and he  ���������Imving: been; declared a Sankrapt, te hereby wqair������������ci  to surrender; liinisclf ���������"' to His * Honor- Chief:' JughcO  Bcgbio,���������'. siting-it Bankruptcy}^ba the;2d day:;of- Sep*,  teinber. nest; ..at Ten:o?clook tn the forenpou precisely^  andAon the 13th day of September following at Eleven  oTclock> in ctbe*forehooa> precisely;  at* QUESNEIi-.  MOUTH, and make.a,inU discovery and disclosure of  his estate and elLects,: when- and where the; creditors  are to cpmo to proyo their debts, anti;at;; the^first  sittiDg to ch oose Assignees; and at ;tbe,last sitting the  said Bankrupt i9 required to finish hi a examination.  All persons indebted;io.:tbO!said BankrupiJ*3fMhat  havo any of: bis:Effects' are.not to pay or denvertho  same but' to Chas;' K. Fpoley, the.Offictal Assignee,  tt'Uom thoGourt basappointcu.:   :; ���������   "1:"���������"'���������";���������.'"���������"���������::���������'������������������'��������� '���������-���������'  ��������� '-���������:��������� CHAS. R POOtfiY, ;   -  ��������� y. ^ .���������  ���������.,.;,/,-..*   ���������������������������>% ��������� ���������%��������� a .OfficialAssignee.-' -���������������������������  Victoria, 13th August������:1872,        ' =���������: ������������������'-; ; aul7 lm.  RE /prepared to rfuralfti Lumber at;; theIr������Mlll0,:  -1*.WUUarn Creek, or deliver:itM order."; : f  Having'aTlttriingJMacbine In5 operatrbnMey^rlli  also furnish , ���������v"-^"' &L%  atsaMafactory rates. \4-_ \'  L  a  eell  nnHS UNDERSIGNED BElNQ ABbUT  ���������Jc'-v'-to close -business, requests itiat a!} parties Indebted to him by Notes'or; Book. Accounts will make  IMMEDIATE   PAYMENT  of tli* same.        :.:<-���������,���������-.���������:'���������������������������������������������: ���������:--;;,f'������ ' ���������  .   .;;:>,���������: ;. ^'E:MANETTA.  B?.rkerville, Angnst 17, 1872. ' mxVI  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED  ' ���������     : On reasonable terms. .'.;  J8#* Orders left at Mr Kelly's, Barkerville  will be attended to. my25 tf  rfHE UNDEBSiaNEBHAS; RECEIVEI)  j.   instrllbtiotfs to oUer to Loan on Good Securiiy a  few Thousand Dollars,*in suina^o null the applicant  "&Xks: fi ."'��������� B','pAVl^, Solicitor.  BarfeerTiU^Aqsu^^XSTS* aui9#u  ''���������:  '':'[ .   BARKERV5LLE;  ;    ^^  x}rs?:';;'':,i^:V;A>:;'l,  ;,��������� ,i>';EvP'aT"',P:-0;B::'vv  80S C1EEK EStEAFlftUB  ������������������������������������"..������������������ ���������.':���������.:-.v-;-!,,-f ';���������������; :  ���������- my2o v*    .-,>;..'��������� ���������-���������.��������� vv-* -������������������  Has commenced her Weekly Trips, leaviiijf  Quesnel on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek ������a  FKIDAYB at daylight.      :       ^  , Passage,?  Fkeight,  ry.  :-':';.S5-;  1 cent per lb.  ��������� i.  for  x#i$*:Qpods bonsigned to lis from beltfw  )r^arded^Free ot.filiarge forviStiorage or  CommMbnl' .** ���������'! .'"���������;!   ,'.-. ,^v ���������. j >> ,M'^ ���������,.-.  MARVIN & WRIGHT.  Quesnel, May 2.1^72. myli 4m  0,'x  b.������mbviii m������wm<mmmvmBg!l SITE CAKIKQOSMTlM  SATURDAY, SEPT 14. IS72  ,. /: ^.:^  ^Qnwnelmonlh, Sept. 13���������The ;Yieior!ai'Jaisi  rived from Soda creek this morning with  ���������mall freight;   Barnard?������ :Express��������������������������� and mail  left for Barkerville at nooii���������no passengers.  Am lordship-Chief Justice Begbie opened tbe  Assize Coiirfr; here to-day.:.No cases; for trial.  He sat afterwards irf bankriiptby on Hickson  and Elmore 'cases.Tutf; former pas8ed his  Second examination ;  fa the latter ease Geo.  *Coxoa was appointedJrade assignee and the  tfase adjoiirned.r yeveral trains have arrived  :frbra ���������Ojqineca and havengoea below.   No  height ^ every thing quiet. '������������������'���������&.  ^CLINTON. ' .'.-,- : .  Clinton. Sept. 13���������Preparations are being  ������nade for the Pavilion Mountain races, which  ^akojdaceon 25th and 2Gth Sept., ami a good  lime is\ anticipated. Among the' horses ar-  lived are McKay's horse Charlie, of Barker-  .ville j Poole's horse Kingbolt, of Pemberton  3ff*adowsyand two,horses.from Montana. It  . le repbrtejia match between: ���������: McKay's horse  4ind Craig's mare will comeoff ufter the regular races, McGrtnley?������ troupe has gone to the  Tace jrround to make arrangements to perform dur4irig the raoes^- ;vt he races/wilI close  with a ^ran d-A> a IU ���������%%;���������-':_;. ���������'���������;..  The admin is trator^sate of property of A.  Jlefly;, deceased, came off at the North Fork  -of. Thompson: river on['������������������rCihiiin&jL% T!i������ purchaser o f, the ran ch and c rops was Mr. John  :  EJwards;  price $4,050.    The gross sales  .. ttimotiflted4o.;:$10,OObV'::r: * *- ��������� ��������� -\ * * ���������;. ; - ^  :    ' "  ���������"- *"?'"v*'���������"YAL13/ ��������� '���������"'' ���������'' "���������;��������� '''::/" ���������  Yale, Sept. 13���������The Oh word r������rri veil yes-  ten!ay. -mprriing ,wl th40 tons freight~nd passengers. The'Susp'ehsion Bridge will be open  from 12 to 1 and ������Ao 7. p.m;:: deily, to allow  _ ������������������   single pack,abimals to cross and freight to be  ipackebVpver on men's baefcs..���������: It wiH a Iso be  opened one entire day next weeik.   McDori-  aid's mule team and.Bates:> biill team swam  .   c Ahe river day I before������yesterday, nnd are now'  J oad lugA iip-rflcDo naldl's  for- Clin tori;��������� and  Ihiicti1 for 150 mile house.   Spuzzum bridge  wii I ,be: closed for repairs ori Monday, and  -will probably not re-open for ten days.���������  ".Weather warm but cloudy.  ��������� -;.;:'.: iu.:; ;���������::,: % \ M yicTcmiAi^ O '���������$������������������-��������� \ >M..  Victoria, Sept. l3r-The sentence of death  >: Recorded against- the men Simon[Johnson,  iSebusha: Meshak aud Thraket. for: piratical ly  killing four white men near Barclay Sound  two years ago, by Chief Justice Begbie, has  been commuted by the Governor General to  ^^years'aervitHde under a ticket of leave,- to  "be passed "at" Metlakatlah, unless otherwise ordered. .,  The trails blocked in the Nariaimo district  tiy tie recent fires are being cut out, the Surveyor general having offered $500.for the  , eemce'. . .    * ' '-. .   -...='  It is reported that C. B. Toung, an old Brit-  i������li Columbian, died several mouths ago in  "Mexico.- y:       '. ���������* ���������������������������  Kdward Cavenangh was brought to the  Royal Hospital soon after midnight oa-Wed-  aesflay, having accidentally shot himself in  -the fleshy part of the thigh while bunting. It  is feared he will lose bi3 leg.  . The Prince Alfred, sailed at 4 o'clock ^es-  "terday for San Francisco.  CANADA.  Toronto;Sept. II���������A party of "Engineers  ���������under Capt. Anderson, of Royal Engineers,  liave left to >meet the American party ap*  pointed to determine tho 48th parallel boundary 'between Canada and the illoited States  from the Lake of-the Woods to tb������ ^tocky  3fountain8. It is thought the work will take  sthree or four years.'       ��������� ���������      ���������  THE GENEVA CONFERENCE.  'Geneva. Sept.  11���������The'arbitrators  will  "bold their next meeting on- Friday.    The  ������ward to'America is now stated at three andi  ;ia quarter mlilion pounds sterling.  London. Sept IO���������The Advertiser this  ���������tnorning expresses fa strong terms its disapprobation of the result of the labors of the  Oeaeva arbitrators. It says the plain English  df it is tli'at' the British Sovernmetit has allowed the Americana* to'bull j-'as but of three  ���������$r four mil lion pounds; ;  Geneva, Sept. 12���������Chief Justice Cockburn,  "British member-of Arbitration, wiJl deliver  an elaborate opinion oavpoMnts wbereia he  differs from the decision of the Court.  New York. Sept. 12���������A Washington special  pays it is weil^established, the re that the award  of the Alabama arbitration ia\ to be��������� sigaed at  Geneva in duplicate on^atiirday and banded  4o the agents of the respective Govern men la  lot transmission to London' and Waehington.  ?,heHtateTneut tfcnat claimants are to  receive  -their money.before December 1st is erroneous,  'for the tetai amount of award -is not due In  Waahington tlil.ono yea? ftom'date of award,  MINING INTELLIGENCK.  Tho eontrnned dry woathof hns retarded  mitting operations 'generally. Tbie week,  however, there havebeen some heavy showers,  and from present appearances an incfeaeo of  water may-be expected. A new aeefc, which  baa'been earned .  GOLD>CltREZf  has been ttnick, running out of the Bald  Mountain range iato Swift rivar, and fair  prospects found in the surface gravel. Some  frye or six companies have alreadyJbcated  ground and are making preparations for washing. There are a number of creeks ia the  same vicinity, of which, although.only a few  miles from William creek, nothing whatever  is known. The want erf trails, even in our  own Immediate vicinity, ha great drawback  oa prospectipgi      '";;;'-.-.."  -. *a^*w^������S:CRBffir,/;. _; ~;,At \  TheUallarat co. last week washed *50os.  ,> ��������� z,ioffixu������3 crkbk. ",/:.;.���������-'  The Gladstone co.; have got to work in the  face of the pld drive.   The Spruce ob. are  down about Z4,tett io.rhelr new shaft. :��������� .  *NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  Arrant Blasphkht.���������The devil ca������ quote  Scripture .when it suite hh purpose, and ^o it  appears cad the Hon. E. B. Wobd. the rene-  trade ex-Treasurer Of the Saudfleld Macdooald  On tarlo Min istry.   The Gri t party hav ing snc-:  ceeded in returolrigfofNorth Norfolk;^ Mr  Chad ton ������������������ who is at 1 eged to en tertaia strong  arittesaiion; proclivities, by a flmall majority  over Mr A. Walsh, the late member. Chairman of the ibtercolonitti.^Railway Commis-  sioneis, Mr Wood telegraphed to the successful candidate as f61 lows,:-^;   V     . ? ��������� ���������':,:���������       \  "14dra sorryTcannqt be ��������� present. : What a  day of fear and trembling I passed yesterday \  When 1 heard you Were safe my feeliogs "burst  all bounds^and I .conId: only say. Thank  Heaven !    Sing nhtp theLord.for he hath  tdumphed gloriously.: the horsejand his rider  tie -hat h tb ro wri in to tbe sea 'P   -    ' ': ������ 1  .,; When a man .bearing the political'and prl^  -yate character;of R 15,^^ Wood indulges in pro-  lane rhapsodies such as the above we may  wel 1,exclaim, *��������� Is Saul also among the prophetsV7 "Mr Wood, *who was tho late member  for South Branfc; and we presume^the successful op pcraea t o f-4 S1 r Fra nc t s Ri ricks In th a t  c.ou ti ty at the 1 ate elec tion, ia ;"o n e of['. tfie, in o s t  hi fter op|> o nen ts of; the, British  Col ii mbia  Terms t)f 'Union, and recently at a political  meeting took occasion .to speak: in the" most  disparaging terms^ofon^  the mon who seek'to ��������� ayertiirow the) present  adminiatratiohl' ���������"'���������'  Xost or Strayed.  CAlfT5 TO MY PREinSES, :������NR LIVER COWEED  POG, on Seotember-6th.   Any peraou can bave  tho same by proving prop?.rty and paying expenses.  Apply at the Kenuel,  A. H. WALLACE,    .  eeWlni. -\ Tbirteca Mile Hoase.  .  Williams   Creek District  School  WILLBE.HE-OPENEP [ .       , . "������������������'���������'.  On MONDAY MORNING nexf, Sept. 10,  ,'"' ���������������������������������������������.   At T������n o'doclc,  Under tbe supcriatendcac* of Wrs Hau.. '."  seWH. B. PEARSON, Secretary.  IN THE SUPREME COURT OP BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  In the matter of Colin CnranoLK, deceased,  ... iiiteatate.  NE^V ADVERTISEMENTS.  Bankruptcy lTotif3j  TTHKHEAS A PETITION TOR ADjTrrv  V    cation or Bankruptcy, liearlnertaie^iTe*7??1:  'ptfmber,    1^72,.   hath   beon   duly -med.il-^  British Columhl,, Trader, :flna 'ho bavin/������b fQVf  dared a Bankrupt, i* }wreby required, to Rurr^  Mmeeir to tho-ll.mer.ible..'UatihcW Balllld> K?  CU&f Junjceot Our aupremc Court sluin* iniff  his estate and eilbei?, when- and. whore tho crcdw  ar^tofiome to jrrore their debts, and at tho* w  sUUDff toclioiwc ABPltfncvs: ������n������l at thohstRittiD?^  Sa,AH*^\nkn,p! l? p'^'^-^-Wntoh-hleexamhiaUoJ*  All persons Indebted to the said Bankrunfc* X  havemiy of his ef^ctP, are not to piy or i nJlvor th������  same but  to.Chae. K. Pooloy, tho -Official AssiJm,  whom the Court has appoint.^i.' ^-"iMi,  CHAS. K. POObKV,  V.'iA . -.. "   OHlcial-Asslpnee.  Dated Quessel, 2d s< ptember, 3 872.        *c7 hi  ALL PERSONS INDIBTEP TO THE AB0VB E3-  ,tate aro required to pay such debit .Immcdi-  ately, and all persons who bav������ claims against such  Estate aro.required to send them ia to me on or before iho FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER next.  ; ��������� . c. k. pooler,  \J,. .- ���������  ��������� ��������� -      . Official Administrator.  '  ���������  RichfteM, Sept; 9, IWg. "���������'* se34  IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH  ;������������������ : COLUMBIA.  Itj the matter of Nrcuor.A9 Bailet, deceased,  '.. intestate.  LL TERSOXS IKBEBTEO TO THE ABOV!E ES-  v tate are required to pay such debts ithmefii-  atelyjrand[ all persons who heve claim's against such  Estate are required to send'them in to me on or before  the FIRST DAV OF NOVE^BXR next.  ���������>.-.:'- ������������������������������������.������������������'/ ;��������� y'f-AC. K^POOLEY,  ������������������     -.:'.' Official Aiiminiatrator,  _RichflMd,f?opt/'9, 18T1.   '.:>-  NOTICE.  i LL. PERSONS HAVING- CLAIMS OR  XX demande against mo for.Mouey or Chattels, con*  uccted with my Ltttihes'e W;B������rkervillci6r,.my Ute  business at the Last Chance Store, Lightning. Creek,  arc* :requested to present the same to me at Barker*  villo oh or before the end jot the-.month.; and all person* indebted to me are requested to call and settle  tneir accousis oa or before; such period, otherwise  Fitch accounts will .be placed in the hands oi'a Collector.     "���������'������������������ .���������������������������     '��������������������������� :'. "  , ..?:.;���������      ,;;:   ���������;���������>   a.a:       '. P. MAN ETTA.  h^Barfcerynic, 12th Sfptember, 137J.       .   ael4 lm  Assessment Notice^  UM & KURTZ CAHIBOOIINING CO,  Location of Work*--Williams Creek, British  Columbia.  VOTICE.IS HERKBY <3-IVEN THAT AT  ll a meeting of the Trustees of paid Company held  on Tuesday; th?" 23.1.'of Jury, 1S72, an Asscysmeni  (Xo. 2) of Vivo Dollars per -she re 'wes ".levied upon ths  Capital Sttfck or-eaid Company, payable immediately  in United States gold coin. to. the Se'creuiry, at Hit  Office, of the Cti'mpany, No. 411K Qalifornia street,  San Francisco, California;  Any Stock upon which said Assessment shallre*  Ruibi'tthpntil on Mondny; "the 2e*th day''-'of August;  1872, shall be deemed delinquent, and will be duly  advertised for sale at Public^ Auction; and unless payment shall be made bcHT.\ wIli.heeoM'oa Monday,  the Twenty third day of September, 1872, to pay the  de I inqueut Assessment, together with cost of-*uver.  tisinv and expeusfs ������f the sale,  .  Ily order ot ihe Board of Truslees.  Ji. B. MLVOtt. Secretiry,   :  . Offici Ko.'411 % California street,  au31 Jm ;* v-V'Sab-Fnmcisco.  GENTLEMEN ARE CAUTIONED  NOT   TO   VISIT  THE   ELDOl^  it  egistration  'although It.Is general^ conceded that the  ..Vancouver Island District.���������Sir Francis  Hincks, C.B;, K.C.M.G., -Finance. Minister of  the Dominion, has been ejected by ucelama-.  tion-at Nan aim o. News baying been received  by  telegraph that Sir.'Francis bad been, defeated in South Brant tbroupb the roaenm-  atk)<n������-rt>f Mr E. D. Wood and tbe party opposed to the Pacific Railway, a communication was.forwarded to him asking him would  ha accept the nomination for Vancouver District, to which ho assented, and Mes3rs. Wal-  lace and'Bunster; the candidates previously  in tbe field, immediately retired in hia favor.  The fact of British Columbia having for one  of her representatives a Cabinet Minister of  the experience and ability of Sir Francis  Hinclcfl must prove decidedly advantageous  to our interests, while it may be considered  as establishing a precedent for our Province  being for tbe future represented -ia tbe Ministry. ���������.  EoucA;rroNAL.-~-Mr Jessup, Provincial Superintend en t of Schools, arrived in Barker-  viilo by Barnard's Express on Salnrday last,  and left for'below on Wednesdiiy. Mrfe-  sop proposes to hold public meetings throughout the Mainland, on bis trip down, on educational matters, and we have much satisfaction in learning that a temporary arrangement bus been made with Mrs Hall under;  which the Williams Creek School will he re*  opened on If onday next. 16th Sept.  Bii^tlis; D^atiis and  riages Act, 1872.n  NOT I CE���������  . i^UBMC NOTICE- is hereby given, tbat frora and  ' I    after the 1st day of September next, all Births,  Death's and1 Marriages wi th In ��������� t h e Pro vi nee of Bri t i sh  Columbia are to be Registered under the proTl.ciona of  "TheRegistration of Births, Deaths and ifarriagos  Act, ���������; 1872," .at 'the Offlco of the District Registrar of  the District wherein the same respectively shall late  place, and;within tho times following, that is to say:  BIRTkS-^Within 60 days from the date thereof.  l>EATH*~Within SO days after interment.  AURKlAGES~Within.90 days from the dito thereof.  Every Householder, Head of a Family. Clergyman,  Physiciaa, or,othor person or persons, required by the  said Act to report Births, Deaths and Marriages, who  refuse's^ or, wilfully nog bets to dp so,.within tlie times  before named, .will be liable to a penalty for each and  every oirence. of not less. than Five Dollars oruaoro  thaa:Tw'en.tyD������yTJIar6j to bo recovered with .costs be-  fore any Justice of the Peace having jurisdiction Within  tho locality :w.here aay such .oifonco is .commuted  a^aiast the said Act.  arc of the FIRST QUALITY, and tno .,"*'���������',  are pot'the most inferior in Barkervillo.   And furthtr,  tho proprietor, . ";       .    ..    ;  endeavor? to.make bis patrons as comfortable as p^i.  Bible by furnishing a gr.su number of tho most iutvr.  cs'Jn^ "NJiWrflUt'EltS, and studying their other com.  forts.  Vet, as the times are so dull and money scarce, it  would be w<dl for all hi* old patrons and friends ia  the commatiiiy not to visit the Kldorado.  Barkerviile, August 31, 1S72. auOl lm  By'comhiao o\  Land Registry Office,    '.  Aug. 31,1872.  Bc  W. ATKitAN,.'���������/  ��������� .Registrar General.  sel4  Kayager, '-'->'"      --;.-- MARcra Woijb,  Secretary & Treasw.kr, - Wai. AJcGoll;  Staok^VIa.vagek, ���������   -,  -   - J. Z.-Hougk.  CosruitER,:', -   -  ���������   -  ���������   ��������� F. Psa&KTx.  mLL NOW SELL'^  HEW ADyEETJSEMENTS.  HAVING- . DISPOSED  OF .OtJR  FE^Pht?1 * co- W  would-thank the  tpabJie Tor tbeir kmd patronage, and ask a  continuance of'lire same lor cur saccts*  ���������Mr MARC0S WOLFE is our authorized  Agent, who will pay all liabilities, and to  whom all accounts must be pa id.  -We .would, here request all those in.  dabted to us, cither by Note, or Book Ac.  leant, to ������*&o as speedy a setUemcat ae  possible.  OPPENHEIMBB JgEO&  Ba^errtllfi, g*ptv s^ s������72,> ���������    ���������  Saturday-Eve'g, Sept. 21,  The Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Association will perform the,Original Romantic Drama, .in two Acts,  1      by IL Wllke, Bs������,j���������. enliljed"- '  ���������OR THE���������  Claude Darmaud (the Denouncer), . I. B. Fisher  Simon Siggei;(hls Servant);   -   -   .   Oomar Johns.  Adolphe de Brh-ncourt, (a Nobleman), J. S Thomt?son  Gustavus (his friend),      -   --������������������ ~   -   jf. Wolfe.  La Rose (a Merobant),      -  -   ���������   ���������   J. Bowron.  Dutchman), ���������   ;/F- Perf0t1        ;    Tho  Kat O'Hea {an Irishman),    J. H...SuHIve-n     Thrae  J������lm ������S5* (?m ���������EngHsil*}j. Hudson       [Thieves.  Pierre (OffoVrbr Police),   -  -  -  ~  H. ikDermott.  victorino(the Denounces daughter), Florence Wilson  {Soldiers, Townspeople, kc}  To conclude with  Becitations, Songs, &o,  AW Doors opan et  8-    Entertainment to com.  mence at half.past Eight o'clock. "  BEEP' AT A SHALL PROFIT, and will ..eon*  Untie to do so as long as the public extend their  patronage; .,'.-,  J. W. LINDHARD.  ������3. REMEMBER THE STORK -������ft  Upper end of Barkerville*  .    * _ au3t  DR. OniPF reoelred by last Ik������  presBBorae  wbicb caa be relied on. Persons  wlio Lave not been Vftcclnated for  Bvrne time should take ad van tap������ cf  this opportunity, ia consequence of  tbe reported prevalence oi Small Fox  in tbe lower country.  9*T Teeth. Extracted and  mmm ������* u������n*pi������������ m%m O'CJOCK. "������,        ������X    -ff Ai>Av*-*������  Tickets, %i\ Reserved vm*  %\ |d-4o fe������ '%&$ ������f      ^0* Prescriptions mi ���������~  mteto*.  vfflfi  ^"JSm-  wM  ������4  mm.  m  1  1  B:  !m  wssm  H  VSSSBt  in  t.'O.a l������BJHTrJ--~3)t" ���������w*,*rt������, THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY. SEPT. 14, 1872.  ' ..-��������� ������g   '' ���������" 'BIRTH. "  At Web field, Sept. 31, tbe wife ot Xfr fnir<K Ul  uer, of uKon.  ffl  m  stig  mm  M  m  n  &������  ���������  ���������������������  r  ���������I  111  into*  ���������  !::!$������$���������  KSBBB'  ���������  ���������  P  POLITICAL MEETING:;  On tbe evening of Tuesday, tbe loth inst.  one of the largest and most influential meet.  Ing* sver assembled on William Creek met at  the Theatre Royal, Barker ville, for the ptir-  pose of giving.Mr Walkem an opportunity of  addressing'h isconstituents. J. H. Todd, Esq.,  J.P., was called to, th������ chair, and Robert  Skinner, Esq., wae appointed Secretary,  The chairman, In a few well chosen remarks, introduced ���������" trie Hon; Mr Walkem.  ou> senior member, and Chief Commissioner  of Lands and. Works,"    ...   ;    -l.h  Mr Walkem then came forward and said :  Hit. Chairman* and'Gknti.kmkk :���������I have to  thftnk^you not only for the kind reception of  to-night; but for the warm, cordial and very  generous welcome tendered to me on tbe day  of my arrival.   I have also to thank you for  tho work of last Fall iu placing me in the  position as a Minister. I now bold. The honor  conferred upon me when I was invited to accept the important posUion of Chief Comrois*  pioiier ot Lands and Works, I attribute to no  merit of- my own,.but to a;sincere desire on  the part of the Premier to do justice to this  ts well as every other 'constituency of our  newly-fledged Province.   Though Cariboo is  lar removed from ths,centre;of legislation,  i������ recognized its importance by selecting one  -of'hi* Ministers from its three members.  The  'boooK therefore, properly belongs to yon, as,  ���������bail I been returned.for^ smaller constituency. I might not bavo been called upon to  mil tho place in the Government ot this Province which I now occupy.   .1 feel much  gratified on your account, as well as person-;  ttliyi that lain one of a Ministry to whom the  high,trust- was;confided of.'ilrst practically  working out the problem of Responsible Government here.  As to how we have performed  that trust. you'are the judges ;   and may I  add, with nut vanity, that the press of our  sister I*rovihces has liot: been stibted in its  praise.-of our1 -legislative labors.   I confess  inat 1 wus'ou������' of th'ose who doubted tlie su c-  c������-sjs of Responsible Government in* this Pro*  ���������*vnctf, but I bad ample reason for- ab an dbBing  my error during I be last session of our first  Parliament under Confederation.   Confeder-  uilon, in its true sense, was imowfuct until  free political institutions were introduced and  their practical work tug tested.   To the wis-  ���������doin of tho statesmen who rule the Domislon  is attributable the introduction of Responsible  Government, and to us was en trim ted the result, .   I   consider*  therefore,   that a slight  sketchof our form of Government will not  prove uninteresting;   The sister Provinces,  excepting Ontario, have a Lieutenant-Governor, Legislative Council aud Legislative  Assembly, typical o( the Queen, Lords and  ���������Commons of Groat Britain.   Ontario fa as a  Lieutenant-Governor, and a Legislative Council elected by the people, thus dispersing with  one of the constituent parts of ihe legislative  body common to the other Provinces.   Fol-,  'lowing in her footsteps, we have adopted ber  system as our model.   You will, however,  perceive that the absence of one important  Chamber entails imieh greater responsibility  upon the remaining one than at first, blush  rtpptmrs.   By the adoption of a single Chamber, legislation i&vyirtually. deprived of the  assistance, and in many cases of the" health)  check anil influence of a .-second Chamber;  ben2������ greater prudence and caution must be  exercised by your representatives. The Gov-'  ���������������������������ernmentais composed, as you are aware, of  certain Miciste'rs, one of whom is Premier, all  being elected by the people.   Ho is practically the head ot the Government, and lie and  bis colleagues only retain power so long rb  they possess tbe:conSdence of- th^ people expressed tb rough t heir rep resen tatfrea* S ho ul d  they be defeated upon any vital question,  they must give place to such others as fairly  ���������represent the majority of |he House.;  and  here, I may add. we* as a Ministry, were on  the celebrated question of "Indemnity to  Members" outvoted by a large majority.   We  <iid not resign because the members, if I may  gay so, wisely decided to abandon a -motion  introduced; for increase of allowance rather  than retard legislation by t{je time consumed  in the formation of a uiw .Cabinet ��������� (Applause.)   You have read the newspaper reports, and are therefore well informed m tho  ���������subject.   The Ministry, you will have seen,  admitted their error in not sufficiently .considering the question at the outset, and irritation  was thus banished and good feeling restored.  .To you I now leasee the settlement of this  filiation.   As a tsember for the district; I  ���������would not have introduced the subject, as it  ^fir&akeffl.so srjncb of .apfflrrajaleiftrww^afc  as a member of ��������� the Government I am bound  to consult you. 1 shall ask you, therefore,  bow to decide what your members shall re  teJIigently with the subject, In order that  Lbeir-representatives should cot be placed in  a false position in voting upon a question of  then'. put and carried without opposition..  Mr Jeesnp, ���������'���������  owing to the'lateness .of tl^ereoing. after  selling forth the'advantages of education and  the libera) provision mnde in regard fo it by  the Legislature, he invited the imdieoco to  express their views and wishe's in respect of,  their local soli ool. ......  'Mr Thompson, M.P..' then came forward  and moved, and Mr Baruston seconded the  following resolution: -. ' '  "Tbat' in order io meet the tducatfonaj wants of  the ?i>*rs*\y'-populated distnciSiof tUis ProviBC<vit is  ;be oiiluinn Of this meeting ibnt ono.o.r more JJotrd-  i������4 School* should bt established* in'wine convenient  locality or localities, ilie'buiKiteee its he cncuitl und  the ottucaiioiu] ttepartfBd&t provide;!.. by Sovcrrimont  '���������.paresis ami. ftuarcH.trts to eon tri be ir a reastuubla  Bum for defraying'their children's board.":  Mr Thompson said that he believed that  tbe proposed change would be a great improvement upon the. practice hitherto.-.fol-1  lowed under the provisions of the School Act.  The interests of the sparse and scattered population of this portion of tho Province would,  he believed, be best consulted by the adoption of the resolution,   lie then referred to  the remarks made by: the Chief Commissioner  on local matters controlled by the Dominion,  and be praised in the highest terms the statesmen now at the head of affairs.   This being  th* first opportunity afforded him of, addressing the electors of Cariboo since the election  of last week, be now begged :to convey to  them'his'thanks for .the honor they conferred  on him in: returning him by acclamation as  tbeir representative in .the llorjse of Commons, ar^d- hoped they woHfci banre no cause  to regret their action.   The speaker then sat  down amidst applause*'...;��������� ;    .';���������  *   Mr Barnstbn, M.'P.P.^ next came forward,  and said that nfter-the exhaustive; speeches  made by.the speakers who had preceded bim  he considered that he bad little to say.   He  could not;-however, allow this opportunity to'  pass without giving liis reasons for apt bring-'  iog the *��������� Indemn ity; .'��������� qiiestiod ,u p at the time  of his election.   Ho frankly admitted that he  bad abstained from doing so leat the question  should embarrass bis -election.- He was also  glad that he now bad the privilege of thanking the electors for. the honor they had done  him1n'retnrning''fc"im.,abd he hoped that his  course in the Council would meet with the  approbation of his constituents. He intended  to do his duty and carry out their wishes to  the-best of his ability, and upon his return  rieit year lie trusted that the'electors would  ceive, as the question lys. as I have been m-.j this description.   The speaker's remarks were|  formed, been well discussed in thls^isluot.j received with applause, and the -moiion was  I promised on the hustings last Fall to return  this year,to give an account of my steward  ship.   Here I therefore appear, both to give.  an account ot the past und ascertain your  wants for the future. If you recollect. 1 promised to support l.hft following measures if  elected: the Abolition of the Uoad T-olW,  Mining Amendment Act, adoption of .Canadian Tariff, establishment of .Free Schools,  Amendment of Election and other Acts, Immigration, retention of the Assay Office, Reduction of the County Court Fees,, and the  improvement of your roads-am! trails.   [Mr  Walkem   here,  amidst repeated   applause,  dealt.with each subject in detail.] . Pie then  referred to other Act������5, such as Urn " Law of  Descent as to Real Property," the " Municipal Act. 1872:/ tho *���������' Probate Act,", aud the  ** Breeding Stock Act," giving Messrs. Sem-  lin, J.^l*. Booth, Deaven, and Biinstor great  credit and praise for having severally intro-  duc'fe'dJniid carried these measnres.   lie dwelt  in detail upon the Estimates; the positions of.  our Magistrates, and "the system of fees proposed to be paid in lieu of salaries by the cen-  tlemen of the Victoria press to certain officers  under; Government.   [The audience unanimously marked its disapprobation.of a change  fromihe preisen^ystem.]   Mr Walkem then  alluded tu tbe Postal changes, saying: though  a l>ominioh question, it is also a home ques-  tiorii and I am of opinion that your wants in  all justice demand a weekly service throughout tUe: year,   [Loud and prolonged cheers.]  f am-glad to hear these cheers, as an ;eiv  roncous impression prevails that you will be  content with the present bi-weekly service.  Before: con eluding I must trespass upon delicate ground.   You may remember that there  was last fall a general desire here that a Gov-  ernorslxwld be sent from Ottawa, and a buzz  of dissatisfaction was expressed in this district at tlw appointment of'the..present Governor^ I am glad to find that you have realized the truth that ** he is the right man in the  right place."   I can assure you that the Ministry-are largely indebted to his experience,  his patience, and his unremitting toil for their  success     [Great  applause.]     Without  his  knowledge of the past we must have groped  in the -dark: with that knowledge, our labors  werif-Se n d e red c o m par at j ve 1 y easy'.   'Now,  Mr Cbair rn an, all. the credit ������f carrying your  inoasures must riot be atfcribailed to me. Without the cooperation of my colleagues'I could  have achieved little^withont the assistance  of the various members of the House I should  have been powerless.. No' party srrife ex-  i8ted,:and all cheerfully, bent their energies  and-talents to the consideration of your wants'  And the wants of the Province at large, and to  gambling* row occurred between deceased  and Ah Tehock in the house ef R?������p Sing al  the Forks of Quesnel; that after the row All  Tchock went out, and \n ten roir.ut������*s relumed  with the other thrt:e accused ;" that the: deceased baring been Called dowa stairs by on*  , of the four, was then fired at by all or several  of the accused, but it could not bo ascertained  which flred the shot that struck the deceased.  uie Superintendent of Education, was then introduced to the meeting by  the chairman.   In a clear and lucid speech J All were, equally guilty, having acted .in con-  which he f.aid he Telt; coiupfelled;.to curtail j cert icd with a common intent f ���������'���������nil the ques-  ^'successful launch of Responsible Govern J j have no reason - to rugret ,lbe4r decision in  - ���������       ���������-      ** placing him in the seat recently vacated.  Alter a vote of thanks to the chairman and  secretary, then" closed one of the largest and  most pleasant political meetings erer held in'  the district of Cariboo.   >  \.\  ment. I must now acknowledge the veryf  valuable assistance which I at all limes received froth the two gentlemen whom yon  elected;to k?present- you. Some have complained of tbe silence of Mr Hunter, while  others bave prsised ihe eloquence of Mr  Booth. I shall take the liberty of saying, in  theii1 absence, that they did their duty to their  district in a manner most creditable; and  while I often coveted the gift of eloquence  possessed fay rhe one. I as often regret ted that  [had not observed the discreet siiencc of the  other. ,The speaker then made some interesting remarks about the Railway, and after  urgingfand inviting his constituents to write  to him whenever necessity required and their  interests were involved, he took bis seat  amidst great applause;  It was  seconded  "That Ibis meeting having "beard the Hon. Mr  W;Ukem's .occamt of bis political.action in tho Pro  viBChl Parilinvint durin.? tue la to ������eBsh>n, desires to  express its approval and satisfaction of the course  pursued by him, resulting so ���������ttHjcli to the ad vantage  of this District, and lakus this metho.1 of (ixp.ressiuf  its en tiro conflde,nco in Kr Wajlkein^- ability and  political integrity"  The motion being put by tbe chairman was  passed unanimously amidst cheers.  Mr Charles iViison, eeconded hy Dr. Chipp,  then moved:  , ���������'That this m������eting is of opinion that the rata of  indemnity tor members of the; Legisiluiure should be  incrJrasd to not less than $7 per day, travelling days  included, a reasonable tinie going uk4 con*ing to bo  sliowed." .,   ��������� . .-:'/,_  In advocating this motion, Mr Wilson said  that although at one ti uie be had been in favor  of the English By^tem^of |non-payment of  members* still upon reflection he bad become  convinced that in a new and -unsettled conn-  try like this, and in the absence of an opulent  and wealthy class, it was advisable tfeat members should be fairly paid for their services.  That he believed that no person ia the district desired to. see its representatives, paid  less than & good carpenter received, which  was $8 per day. That he woe. therefore in  favor of increasing the present rate of indemnity, and as the question was aow brought  beford them in a tangible shape it was their  4utyfss ii ought to fegihflir wish, id'fiM to--  COURT OF ASSI2S.-  (Befsre Chief Justice Bsgcik )  . Monday,-Sept 51, IS7I.  The Grand Jury having been sworn in, and  Mr Thompson. MJ\, chosen foreman,  His Lordship congratulated the Grand  Jury on the absonc* of crime -among tbe  white inhabitants of the district, but regretted  that the Chinamen were so disorderly. On  tho present occasion there were four China-:  **:-'-" :"_     ,f v n ,flmen charged with murder..   Uis[Lordship  is then moved by Mr E. Pearson, and "l(| t|ieQrand Jury that if the witnesses'for  3d by Mr Pattidlo: |      Cfown ^ade outft. prima facie case a.true  bill ehould be found.. That Ihe Grand Jury  should also present any matters within their  cogniz-ince which miltLated against peace and  good order. ���������  The Court then adjourned fov aa hour,  wh^D the Grand Jury relumed and presented  a bill against Ah -Tchock, Ah Tcha, AUTcheu  and Ah Tie, for the wiliul murder, of Too  They also presented'a bill agaliiat- Joseph  Park, for being a common and public.  nuisance, an habitual drunkard, and for publicly and constantly using abusive and ob-  SCHiB Lordship-said that lie did not think the  last bill could in law be preferred, but would  hand it to the Crown prosecutor for coasider-  ation. ��������� , ..':':  RS������i^ VS. AK TCHOCK.: AH TCHA, AH TCHBD,  ���������'*��������� ~" AND AH TIE.  Ms Wlkem arid Mr Davie for prosecution,  Mr Barnston and Mr Bishop for defence.    #  Mr Walkem stated tbe prisoners were indited on four counts.   The, first, for tfca murder of one Too Yang; the second, shootmg  with intent to murder; third, shooting with  intent to maim ; fourth, shooting with intent  to do grievous bodily* harm.   Tho evidence  Ion the part of the prosecution would snow  itbat on the night of the 3f $ ;wv9 iaH. a  . %  tion was, on which count the prisoners would  be found guilty.  Hop Sing stated that a dispute-occurred al  his house between deceased and Ah Tobock  about 'gambling:; that ������*Au Tchock then wens  out and trie deceased went up stairs.,. Ia  about'ten minutes Ah Tchock returned * with  the three others, and called Too Yang down  stairs. As soon as ho came dowi^ Too Yang  was fired at, first by Ah Tchock and afterwards by tho other three. Too Yang then fell  down. 'He. won shot ������by< one ball ia the thigh;  The others missed 1um. Three or four btiltet  holes wer������ in the floor round the place when*  deceased fell: The .prisoners then ran cut of  the house. Ah Tcha was arrested, but tb������>  other three wilness had not seen until this  trial. Too Yang.died on 25th June. ?���������������������������; ��������� ��������� .'  Ah Kl and Fook.Chong gave ^videace to  the same effect.  Ah Ching (Chinese doctor) said lhat.he extracted the ball. The evidence of this witness  was rather favorable to the prisoners as to the  shot wound not being the cause of death,: ; ���������  Ab Tow, an attendant on deceased,* states  be saw the ball extracted, and it bad small  spli n ters .of b one ^attached, ....  This closed.thecasoior the prosetntlionf  Mr Barnston, and after him Uv Bishop, afi������  dressed the Jury, pointing out what they con1*  sidered material discrepancies in the evidenoa  of. the witnesses fpr Ihe prosecution and ,tba  want of oertiinty asi -to* who <fired! tbe shots.  As to the count forinurder, tiey pointed'dirt  clearly and strongly urged the fact that there*  was not the slightestjeridenee: that the deceased died from the effects' of the gunshot  wound.  11 is Lordship ft;summing up told the/jury  that thevdefendaDtsr-cbuh8el were '-quite tori  recfc in saying the prisoners could not bo convicted of murder, inasmuch as no evidenc������  had been adduced.of the mortal nature of tha  wound, and it would be fat the "jnry to say  on wliich of the minor counts they would find  the prisoners guilty.  c: The jury,, after^eitt;balf-an-b6ur?8 deliberation,* re turned-a verdict of guilty of shooi  ing with Intent to do grievous bodily barm.  -The Chief Justice thereupon sentenced Afe  Tchock to 7 years' imprisonment with bard  labor, he being the principal offender; and  sentenced Ah Tcha, Ah Tcheu, and Ah Tie  each , to 5 years7 impriaonmerifc'with; bsM  la*bor. V:  M'r Bishop made an appeal for Ah Tche������,  on account of his youth, his imprisonment of ������  six months, already stiffened, and his good  conduct while in gaol, but hia lordshin ������*���������  cUued to alter, the seatence.       ;  . Tuksdat, Sept. 10,1872.  How Kow vs. Ho 'FiE.-rAction for falsa  imprisonment, arising out of u.-charge of reb- N  bery preferred at the last Assizes by the now  defendant against the present plaintiff; on .  which charge he was acquitted.   Numerous  witnesses were called, tho majority being on  the plaintiffs side, and after addresses by tha  counsel ori both sides and an impartial sum*  miug up by the Chief Justice, the jury returned a verdict for $37o, being half tha  amount cknaed by piaintuT.   Mr BarnsUm  and Mr Bishop for plaintiff; Mr Walkem and  Mr Davie for defence.  Nkcfklder vs. Gatxtw.���������Action for goods  sold and delivered. The Judge -held that th������  defence set up by the defendant ww untenable aud bad inlaw, and that the only question was whether plaintiff should have interest or not. The jury gava a.verdict for plaintiff for $404 50, the debt, but disallowed tha  interest. Mr Bishop;for .plaintiff; Air Barnston and Mr Davie fortderendanti -:";J  Port.ys. GiscoMK.���������; An .order was made frt  this case that the plaintiff pay defendant his  costs of trial, the plaintiff having neglected to  proceed to trial according to notice. Mr  Davie for defendant  In w Samoei, Walkew. a Bankrupt.���������Tb������  Chief Justice granted the bankrupt a thin!  class certificate. ..,..,���������  Ovfxctal- Movemssts.���������His Lordship Chiaf  justice Begbio, C. B. Pooley, Esq., I^rf  Supreme Court, Hon. G. A. Walkem, k P.P.,  Chief Commissioner of LamlsJind Works, ���������������  M. Bail, Esq.VCounty Court Judge, Chief Con*  ���������tabto Lindsay, and J. G. Barnston, Esq,,  M P.P., left on Thursday morning for WVJK.  nelmouth. where the Assizes wera to be hem  yesterday. . ������* ������  Mining Saii^Tle totereiit of'Mr V, Kir-  erlb*. consisting of one-aixth of tba Feramr^r*  ance Co,. Harvey Cr������ek, was aolclaltaucti������a-  by Mr Byrnes, at BtirfearvtHaj oa  fee to'������uaiof ������������������&&..  rvna ommcTDTnE *  waattrtwaipaBawB  Vj1 ,.HOTELS ^RESTAURANTS, &c.  x^  m  ^ailljto^  W>% io Inform their friends and tbe pob Jictbatthe  li������iv������ taken the wclbknowti premises in BarkerviU  flfeo lynsr favorably patronised while in tho occupation  :tOf>*Ur ^Cuttio.v.:: '���������-:'*-: /v<-*r - ��������� tf.; ���������"-���������     ���������   ���������..>.������������������  ^Che Gelebrated XXX Ale  ������..������������������    ���������- /   ;;'>��������� -..;: ���������   .'���������-���������. ���������< ���������''���������������������������      -��������� -��������� %r ���������'���������}'��������� ���������'��������� '.  . J. :';v������"^'.-: !'��������������������������������� ���������?.���������; I..'"/   :- :;'    '���������?  .-.' ��������� .'!  " '.'  *','���������   ';���������'.   : '.- ..   ���������  ^-jibb-?Bfl&u  mail \ujts; purity; and' ��������� ;<*'.��������� :*���������:.'��������� u.V-. *"i.'/Tl;** r  :/"'.;';'ifc;^.:.--��������������������������� r^y.H /'.vy* -:' <>���������<- ���������   s ��������� ' v  ;*^ft-;ftes^v!Ea^^rB;-������; Cigars:  -.;;  x::> "vV- '���������;������������������. /:. ��������� .-���������.(���������/.:���������:���������;.��������� . \-y-r' .;*>^r-KilJucy -���������������;��������� .  : Constantly kept on'band. !> V'V i#i -: ':*;'. v.;,;      '������������������'  & :0^:.^���������^rl^;i;'���������^=V:^.���������K-'^>;-:.;,^'.:.'������������������������>��������� -,'< "!���������.��������� .-'���������,';.'-'  '^���������^^-^^v^e^^jv ^:--:'.-:^ : m ���������;:/- ������������������';.���������^���������' '  MSCELLANEOUS.  COMMISSION STOKiGE,  MISCELLANEOUS  AND;  JAMES   WICKHAM,  aplSff  ;.���������;.,,.    ,. "Barkcrville.  &J'?4''A  ���������jvjr.lil bo always carefully ^attended lo/nnd the best  Be Js ���������' and" 'accommodation '/provided' - for, their:' cus ���������  ���������i4?Pmers.'<:v':;y'--ri������ ��������� v,v;-';:>..���������''������������������ W^lr&Jkwu..del6'-  ^solution of Partnership  XTOTICE IS HEREBY aiVCTT THAT,  li tho Partnership herotoforo existing between the  undersigned as Blacksmiths has this day been disr  solved by mutual consent.  .';   '  All Recounts duo to the Finn must bis paid on or  before tbe 15th September'next" to W. B. Oameron,  or legal proceedings will be instituted for their recovery;   ;>; ���������;  ���������.-���������   '   <���������������������������    :.^.v, .  "..     ��������� ;/;   ���������,:..... :���������    .;  i :-���������,.���������:. v ���������'     '.'���������;:.    ������������������     W, B.".CAMERON. ���������������������������  -Vi .^V.'Vi ��������� V ,:       ': JAMES AUU,y      :.'".  :.: Barkcrville, August 0, 1872.   '  pIEARING OUT ST0CK  ��������� To make room for Spring.Goods*','  ||^^ip|ii:ill  ..:.The above business will in future be carried on by  *W. B. CAMERON, in: his own name, who will keep  constantly on haiula largo supplyef all k iridsof .'..'.'  &%EiB^^ ������������������������������������ "������  The undersigned begs, to Inform'the.Miners  .   [ ::���������       of Cariboo tbat be is   .  SELLrDTG; AT : COST !  The following class of .Goods,] especially se  ,.   lectedfor "Miners:-    ;  ,:   .   ���������  XTndejrshirts^ Socks;  ifyiX>:yyf.\  !AjLy 'Is-always supplied'with' the best of every thing  ���������ttbat can be procured ih Cariboo.v ���������; :' ���������-��������� -'��������� -  tBoard^ r ^^$14;^er Week.  r^Sg^tile^^;^^^: ���������-'  :*: f:  ' .���������;���������;'' ��������� -The Celebrated: *.  FRESH   GROUND   COFFEE,   ;  ,,A superior articie to any. which-can be.badXrom be-  'low, Roasted'and Ground oh the premises from the  *best selected beriioSj and; warranted 1 roe1 from adul  ������������������eration." .        . :"::-'. :-\i'   ���������  ;       ?.������������������.������������������������������������ ������'������������������   ,-���������>    ���������   , -!  ; ,jat*?;,    ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� i :.     J. a. goodson  ttf;.������vy  |:SiAi^ET- nflo>TEL,:../  'ih u>."' ; ���������/������������������': ���������.������������������-:'���������' ' .-;���������{."j"'    .������������������ '������������������  ' ��������� 1������, ��������� :- ... -  fei<rfHy^iK^:^gEEK.  ||:M^S|||p|E^ii 1  HAVING- sPUROHASro'^'THEi' ABOVE  .: Hotel from Mr J. J. iRobertson, begs to inform  thqtravclling.publicand.the Miners of; Cariboo that  he wiUdo bisutmdst to sustain iti'o'well-earned' reputation of; the bouse as a- firsUclass HotoL'  Wiiras;usual be furnlshod'witb'.tbe'"best tb^' Market  Is wejl 'stocked with Spirits, Mesi Wines and Cigars.^  e'  Aro comfortably furnished; and a largo addition to  the number of rooms is how bciug made.       v   ;  *\  !������*  ���������s.  9  And a Very Fine-class of  P5  #  5  :;���������';: v     A fine selectioh of  Ladies'. BOOTS & SHOE S  Aro the best in the upper country, and will always  be well supplied with Hay unci Grain. ju20  f  , A fine assortment of.  G-ennine Meerschaum and  ���������)    : Briar-root P^ipes.  TheFLORENCE istherbestSeeing '  ���������.Wachlne for Fa rn fly use, .becauieit /'  so seidorn iget$:out of order, 4 if tKera ..  bone not working well In . 0  :eAtiFGRNiA,   :   ' ^  '    .   OREGON,:    ���������  1    5WASH1NGT0N TERRITORY. ^:'  ..Nevada, ,;v \y: ;;;; ���������'..���������/:.:;���������.,'  . -,< IDAHO/   ;r ':':��������� ;.':": . -; 7 . ..:  ;# ^Alaska,>������������������' ���������';';���������.���������������������������    >��������� J?>.:^; -^  BRITISH COLUMBIA,    T ;    7r  ,;,;. ���������Mexico,; ':.;'���������'.'���������:- ..:M.-v''.:7"v:t;  7-::-JAPAIMi'..::\:       :.��������� '.";������������������,, '  -.���������.-���������;:���������  *^fCH[N^  ^x It without ^:^  :.bwner.;.:;- .   ��������� -\' .;:;.,. ������������������;; ]y> :ry,..lY.;.j."  1J6.19."Montgomery Street/ iBoutli, S"  Pan pRANciscb; Pal, ;  ., Send for ..Circular* and tarn pies of  the work.ir-Adtlvef Agent* wanted in;  everyplace.:    .:/ '.   /-.  -v :--^v;^.-.  PREVSmiOK BETTP:THAI:CIIIil  I  J*^^ Call, and examine prices.^g^. "Tho  Gooda will be sold VERY CHEAF lor. Cadi.  LldHTNl^G   CREEK  j'EO TO ANNOUNCE THAT THKYHA Vi5 REMOVED  '��������� to the spacious premises formerly known as'tbo  ���������������f>  George Haloon, where they' will ho at ail times  ^prepared to furnish .'  b'oard  and  meals  qf the best quality,  Board, - $14 per Week   ���������'������������������-������������������' .ei7em ������������������ ,;.  ������������������"^ in  ��������� >/���������        ^COLUMBIA.        .:--**y-.-:t.  ���������     :^^'./^IN:^BANKRUPTCr::::;' ���������'  rin r������ Sawukl Walkbr.-:     -      , ^V;  .QAMUfiL WALKBK, of Barkeiviilc. late &|oon-  n'*}&*Vir*??yi?.g b^een adJudSed bankrupt ubder a-  fttitjon filed Jn,tbe ���������ounty Court 01 British Colum  ^, hdlden'at Richfield, and ho having pa sed S  S,D?i^?5P!i^atwil1 b0 made toW'sS:  J5 ?^ ,c,ourtof British Columbia, .at the Court House  ; #cl%M,,on TUiCSDAy^thelOthdayof^Septombor  ^ow.next Utll o'clock In tbe fdrenoo^^?h%ur!  SW*of Mtolnj^ an order Of dischar^^Sificatc>:-  Counael a.cting.ba the n^Uerof \^^i^^  &&*  Barkerville, May 17.  my 25  HAl E been requcsicd.-Vysevernlrc^iieclribJew^  . ties, whocnb .testily to the ciVicacy oj mv svoivm  to agajn in������ike public tlio fact thai "���������- *; *       '  Moses' Hair Ihyigorator  WILL-PI?KVENT BALDNESS,      . RKSTORE -HAIR THAT IS BECOMING TfliN: \  OR KA Ud NG OFF, a u< I eifcci u u 11 v   ,:'*.   ���������  0 URE SCURF. OR DANDRUFF,  This Is not a mere assertion'en my part;asi I liavt  In my possession-numerous testimonials certify j'oir id  tbo success ot my remo^iy..  I do'not of course pretend that I can make tiieWlr  pro\voniH>ads which have been" hald for vears:: but  I will guarantee to slop the hair from falling o'lf. to  increaso its growth, a'jideil'ectual I y remove Scurf or  Dandruff..     ... ,  : ���������      ��������� W. ;D. MOSKS.  ���������".':."' .' :Bf>;rlfervilie,B,C.'  : .    CERTIFICATE^   '-:   -r���������;.  This is to certify that.daVing last spring my hair  .wasrtipidiy falling out.and my head was Inst l>ecom*  Uip wild, when I applied to Mr W. D MOSES,Barker  Barkervillo, who in a few weeks restored mv hair  its former healthy state ������������������ DAVID GIBBONS-  Barkvrvilie Deo.'29.1866   .   <      ���������    ,      oV.fiv'  ^*-After the 1st  delivered according  Creeks.  of July;  to order  Goods Trill bo  on all outside  . X F-LINDHABD.  5/1871    *  iW  L Court of General Assize  And';Gaol Delivery and of Nisi Prius will *be  held at each of tbe undermentioned places as  foilowa-r   ' ':_  New Westminster, Wednesday, 1st May.  Yale, Monday. .6tb May.  Lytton, Thursday, Oth May.  Clinton, Tuesday, 14tb "May. ���������  ;Quesnel, Saturday, 25th May.  KicbfieldjFnday^Sth June..  Bictifieldy Monday* 9th Sepsember.  Quesnel, Friday, 13th September.  Clinton, Monday, 23d September.  Lytton, Friday, 27tb September.  Yale, Tuesday, 1st October. ;���������  Fall Assizes at New Westminster, and As-  sizes (if any), at Nanaimo and elsewhere, to  be bereafter fixed as business may render  necessary.���������?.  ���������.������������������.������������������  Dated Victoria, 15th April, 1872.  ^ By conn nan d,  I    :*-;���������'Jt-EOBJCB ROBERTSON,   .  ''k.      "    JPrdvincial Seeretary*. :A  ..,-,���������,,_. ���������-    s,;. .;   . pole'bra ted '.*..-���������.;,.. ;,//'.'���������-.  WGRGE S T E R S HI Ft E;)% AUGE  ������������������������������������������������������   Declared by^Connoisseur fite^e. ! :'    :���������  ,    THE JONLY   GOOliCsAXJCE."���������;.  Cautton against Fraud.r-T.he success of-thlfl  most delicious and unrivalled;Condiment haying  cause cl certa i n d eale rs to. appl yth e n ������in tfbt .*' Worccs������  tershire San00'.'-to their own inferior compounds, tli6  public is hereby, informed tbattht, only way to pro*  cure tbo.genuine, is,to ;   . ,\   ' *'-���������? r  ASK'FOli'.LiEA & PERBrNS* SATJGE  and to,sec. that tbeir namos.are upon tho wj&itek  labels, arprifsn, and bottle .. ���������  Some of th 0 fore ign-mar Ice ts having been supplied  with a spurious Worees'torshir'eSauce,upon tlie wrap*  pe r an d I a hcl s b f w.5i 1 ch t h 0 u ames 0 f Lea and PejTh) a  have been forge d,r 1. and P. give notice that they  hav 0 f u rn is h ed th ei r co rr espon d e n ts with power fl  attorney to take i nstant. proceedings against MANf  facturbkband ven^oks of such, or any other imJl������  uons by which t hoi rrlght may be infringed.'  : ;:;  Ask for LEA & PEBBINS' Sauce ancl'see  .Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle* and.  .-Stopper.,.-/ ./-���������  ..,:,. \:y,,i. .a  ���������;,:���������,' ,v.,/';;/ ..''  .���������Wliolesalo and -ttor export by tb 0,Proprietors. *W^  WMWw  r*  ������w  ate  "vA*"  li  ^  ^.


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